Dataset: WSP
Taxa: Pucciniosiraceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
WSP430Mrs. M.S. Clemens   1922-04-15
United States, California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 34.05222 -118.24278

WSP
Baeodromus eupatorii (Arthur) Arthur
WSP52663Unknown   
Central America, 11.588546 -84.835938

WSP
WSP429E.W.D. Holway   1903-10-15
Mexico, Nevada de Toluca, 20.966667 -103.883333

WSP
WSP45318K.M. Safeeulla   1958-01-04
India, not given, 20.5937 78.9629

WSP
WSP55998E. W. D. Holway   1917-01-28
Guatemala, Quetzaltenango, Zunil, Quezaltenango, 14.783333 -91.483333

WSP
WSP56147E. W. D. Holway   1903-09-22
Mexico, Guadalajara, 20.666667 -103.333333

WSP
WSP19059H. Sydow   1937-12-00
Ecuador, Prov. Tungurahua: Banos, -1.281937 -78.526199


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Google Map

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